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Roland DG and Apsom Infotex showcased sublimation and customisation machines

Roland DG and Apsom Infotex showcased sublimation and customisation machines at yet another spectacular event.

Screen Print India 2016 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai, was held for three consecutive days, and Roland DG's leading machines including the Texart XT-640, Texart RT-640 and VersaSTUDIO BN-20 models were displayed for the audience.

The Texart XT-640 and Texart RT-640 are one of the best dye-sublimation transfer printers crafted totally to suit the textile printing industry. They propose a extensive range of textile applications comprising sports merchandising, fashion apparel, soft signs (polyester banners and flags), home furnishing interior décor, promotional items and personalised gifts.

The VersaSTUDIO BN-20 offers an entry-level opening into the world of wide format eco-solvent printing. This integrated print-and-cut technology and white and metallic specialty inks within a compact desktop machine that is now available in the Indian market and can enhance the popular applications it is used for such as T-shirts, caps, and POP displays.

With Roland’s print-and-cut adaptability, graphics can be die cut graphics in one seamless workflow for personalised labels and decals, mobile phone covers, laptop wraps and much more.

Mr. Rajat Jaitly, Marketing Manager, Apsom Infotex Pvt. Ltd described the event as: “A one of a kind event where the extensive three day presentation was truly the best initiative taken to help entrepreneurs, know the potential of the industry and where buyers could notice machines offered by Roland DG and Apsom Infotex.

"These very efforts promote networking where features and capability of the machines can be witnessed and many queries can be addressed. The three leading machines present to print businesses an exceptional productivity and image quality in all of its aspects.

"Industry based entrepreneurs and aspiring business professionals can produce an extensive range of revenue centric products and earning well from a nominal investment and minimal set-up logistics. With the help of these outstanding customisation machines and super fast professional dye-sublimation transfer printers for fashion and sports apparel, one can make a base without any fear."

The exhibition took place between 6th and 8th May 2016 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon (E), Mumbai, India. Roland DG exhibited on Stand A43-A44 & A53-A54, Hall 5